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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - February 26, 1840, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania i Doelicke Maky. T of human actors. Wum America. D., of Guinaw Rig Hablo Honor of adding into the science of though their Wirty of. Rusty of which he is a res to be As Well founded f holy doctrine Are suspended the of a hich he boldly chalks a Viz consumption in a 1 by a disordered of la of the human body 5 in the system for Yean imply into the Cermely though not non cold a simple head cd your doctrine this u it Ion to the apparently heal i them that this Irisi Ilioiu d intimate of their Clayey imagine themselves Mccare them that the great in Art of Phe filth is to Pluck ase while in and not wait a grown ear. 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St and his life with j of the disco very of c of it Rufii Donl disease him beloved of d Oelion was chafed by ii Ion the Healing Art and serve but to Siml his to grub pm on in inns in dim Twilight of a Vahi. Said lie seen stir r Foi the in raw our Etc a to in fur creation Man 1 has he not i antidote to the maladies i in the very Leaf that s Sliflk-7 from t tie Storti i piously charge our May car o i i i out 1 lip even forbid faded of the existence of a Abr Eon sumption then Undis t minded j Hil Sopher and Nenci a lie three and min or of chemistry in hand i d archives. Not Sci find lie exterior of her Ziti Tovim chemists made a the inner Chi res and there not pm Mim h tin t a Ivron Turk s Mokdh , i v r before the Pii Lilic the a take five or six bottles it , persevere in the use but not so Wilh the i. In if remark that in almost Here cures have Ott a wrought has remove in no c so whether result i Esse Billy has a patient used s. A Muller and two ethers of testimonial boxed to this ledge its mighty Efficacy in other fearful they ii in Herp Tofor belie de f wrinkly confessed that it a table in its action of any e ired by hands. From three member of then in Germany in . Option of this Medicine into hospitals is a sufficient performs All its it a Simony for wherever it n Best witness. V. T1li.huroif, p. Or certificates can to subscriber where the Medici Bache p. .Ly 3 1st, 1839. I Trike names subscription Roo with the following gentle promptly a Esq ceh p. M., Spencer vice a. Tioga Vil county a. P. Ter county a. I f Orbis p. M., Blomburg. _ m., n e w Safe Rel i c a to Icli printed and published every wednesday by j. P. At a year payable half yearly in Advance v w the the Toca by Vulk the Toga. Eagle is published every wednesday in the Boron or of Wellsborough co. A. The subscription Price All the expiration of the year. No subscription received for a Shorter period than six months nor will Iny paper to Discon linked until All arrearage Are paid but at the option of the publisher i advertisements making More than ask ukr Larver charged in the same pro Portten. Thine extending six will be charged at a Filare i and those making Nix Una and 18 3-i cents far every Lints lifter the Price for one or three the same. Liberal reduction to those who air Ortisi by the Yar letters relative to Tho business of tie and communications for the paper must Post paid or will not a att sided to. An extract from the sentence of John smack for the Mettr Der nah ii wife. By judge Edwards. Upon this Solamif occasion it May not be unattended with Good to the cause which has reduced you to this deplorable this by your confession was rum. Within the last nine years i have had eleven men arranged before on indictment of murdering their wires ten of whom were what stronger proof could be afforded of the. 1 deplorable consequences of into Aperance. I these Vio tems were urged on by it from one degree Odin Gravity to another till they were not Only induced to imbue their hands in the Blackwood a Magazine. Morals and manners. Real morality is a sort of Neutral ground for the present tacitly abandoned until the new sets of names shall is if were incapable of conceiving with it into the extraordinary we Angel seers could read their min1ds--and it was the very first Conception we Ever had of the wonder which you most quite love when you know to Weir cd Arac Moythan of that ver Satile and changeable1 Grimace which when you understand will Nav t. N. Of Pilot t4 night there s danger on the i la come and no the dry i with thee i am a go sailors Down Thi a no place for thee fear nut Trust in Providence wherever Lou May so of Pilot danger often met we All Are not to slight i and thou Hast known those raging Waves but to subdue their might. It is not that fives this to its tint i rust in provide co wherever i May in a night Tho sea Engolph d father s drowning form Only brother s boat inn Down in just so wild a storm. And such May be tort Otill x fear Trust in Providence Vehe Revor thou May St mites , Sweet lyrical poet died at Cheltenham eng in in bus been we fear another example of sad and unfortunate lot of literary nun. Born to Good and married to a Beautiful and accomplished woman who brought him a considerable Fortune or. Bayle the world under the most favourable aspic is and mixed a it the Best society of the Jay. His expectation were however Digap appointed and he could not fall Back into a sufficiently economical course till the pres Urc of circumstances impoverished him beyond a remedy. Forit shard and difficult if not impossible fora person no situated to disentangle himself Ami again enjoy fair Fin id for the exercise of his abilities. In England poverty is Tho worst of crimes Ami punished More unrelentingly than the deepest so or. Bayley find Garland the partners of their whom they rested tinder the strongest obligations to love cite Rishi and protect. Instead of encircling them in their warmest affections Thoy deprive them of life and they now Lay mouldering in their Graves x from own experience and the Best in formation i have obtained i am satisfied that three fourths of the crimes committed Are con sequent to intemperance drunkards crowd our penitentiaries and our Al Housos Are filled with them or with those who Are brought to want by the intemperance of their unnatural protectors. In spite of of great and Good own a Intima of intemperance daily swell the the tide of misery consequent moves on like causes continue to produce in a possible thing to portray Tho mis consequent upon the use of Ardaut spirits from the Liis anxious look sigh of parents afn1 wives through All the sickness poverty and crime attendant upon it from the first disregard of the kind admonitions of till ill of the victim reek wih the blood of the partners to their bosom aty would look with horror upon Tho the counsil of the Wise would come to met arms As the Bear said to the baby. The age of chivalry wigs the Golden age of virtuous sentiment in comparison with the cold calculating age that is coming or Well nigh come upon time was when our Yinth at least were generous and by an innate virtue the remains of a Butler instinct Feltre Spect for woman As woman and acknowledged without shame the Chain that bound them to do her they owed allegiance to the sex As champions of virtue and the mor ten Der were their sentiments they were the More in july. The general easts of their minds happily the poet of a romantic age describes his nought is there under heaven s wide hollowness that moves More dear compassion in mind than Beauty brought to unworthy by envy s frowns or Fortune s freaks unkind i whether through her Beauty or through allegiance and fast fealty which i do owe unto All womankind feet . Heart pierced with so great agony when such i see that All for pity i could Spencer. These Are Beautiful who now a Days read and acknowledge them nine Young men but of every ten one meets with would not for a trifle read them and own their Virtues before each other. Our modern poets of fashion have not dared to treat of love As love should be treated of and Felt but have Given its name to cover the deceit to a silly Faney and have sought out Beauty in an Eastern harem i conceit in disgust. Are these men thought i. Were they of won in have they must Boi impossible. They might have slandered their mothers but the words taker Jiw could not have one who had Sisters to love and Protr it. They could not have been quietly and Unble Shingle heard by one who had a character the is sister could us have roused in the or the Little remnant of the Dor Mem Man within him. And if the 7e ing Blest with a sister Only Lovely As the title is and As the Bond is Itiat name confers shall it be asked if either dearer than Sis the trought is profanation. If half of our modern Young men were choked in some s of their Deuce Good and he world left to a peopled by the other half the would lot too much goodness. Our mod hot ill plaints t i like Riore to be head and have but Little pips for hearts. It Wes quite different in younger Days. Who would believe it Tiow it we were certainly in some Way gifted then. We saw Angels and now scarcely hears of them. It was an Aruj gel seeing age i myself have seen .ly, i first began la see them at about Sev Jimj teen years of age and that was ill he but no there is not Occa Sion to mention the the Angels All. The ways vagaries of heir husbands and often times of All their husbands . They Are called upon to act Iri Sand capacities which they de have too often to a yearn courtship and to learn hard they Are required to have at ready Mand real smiles for Home and artificial Good humor for company tears Are their own and almost All they Call their Power and their Privi lege. In higher life they must be con tent with a thousand friends at instead of one husband who is at his club in Low life with a sorry cinder. And lonely fire and a sickly infant for the Sot of a husband is at the p6t-House. All these capabilities and super human Powers Are expected of women and Happy As Thesla Teof wedded life Risum. Be in general of must at times Piave been thu go now i doubt that woman have had and All these duties to perform and Jay do perform Thern with patience with every virture Inoise name with love take the Best Man the world Ever saw and it a i Man and let him retain his Ivya re character and he would to worse than nothing. Then How would the feminine Virtues and graces Shine As seen by the Side of this creature the Man woman could Rit go through a Day with nor with out discomfiture and disgrace. As to nursing his sick children he would whip them and forget to put them to bed. Ser must Bear All our pains and we inflict upon them All the penalties too. They Bear least Vve can give them is our love. Our i speak to a degenerate race blow Liia Weed into ill of i am raving like ill conditioned Man and showing How unfit we Are for conversion into they have patience can endure that and a great Deal More. i forget Griselda Man is patient who Send Kirin husband. It must a the Poi son of that noxious Weed that has pinched in. And deteriorated to such a As we see them the bodies of the Young men of the present Day. Half of them Are dwindling fast into Shadow nip cast off smoking away their two epitaphs pm is Umbra we Are but smoke and Shadow. Who shows disrespect to woman kind insults his own Mother who shows disrespect to age offers his own person for scorn to shoot at at Twenty paces. For to that age is he Progress ing and some Twenty paces will Brit him to the Point. Yet is Safi Fei Spect too common. It is a Riser selfish heart and a mean mind. Comes it and to what degradation is it to Lew we never shall go Cutras ought to do until there be. In our feel Iris and manners an infusion of the spirit of tvs vhf were then grave fed Geode. That Cru d or write nor an-1 Row i-rad1 our solves out of that is , Happy thrice the Home of the oppressed the Asylum of the Emigrant w ice the Coli Zea of every clime and the child of every Creed roasts free and untrammelled As the wild winds of heaven baptized at the fount of Liberty Iri fire and blood must be the heart that thrills not at the mention of thy among thy sons America lives thetfo a Man with soul so dead who never to himself hath said this is own or native land a different thing. Women do not j s know this but there really is no other love Worth their having. They do not know it. Many a time i have who would have died for them if necessary and have bound ourselves to do so in unalterable verse. Yes i have seen them turn from one of us under the fascinations of a pert Prat log by headed coxcomb with no More feel ing than his grinning Leeth showing coxcomb incapable utterly of Loving any but could twist and tiny and Walz and look impudent which the Sweet innocents could tit perceive nor Legal forms. A Young Man and his father presented themselves one Day at a notary s office to sign a contract. The clerk Man Here answered the Young an is the certificate of v Ery Well and you turn ing to the father Are you one that is a pretty said the father do you think i am not at least old As own that is no said the notary you must produce your certificate. Not exactly say How Many i saw before i a fas Twenty but they All struck Meas having very Beautiful eyes were heavenly but if the first sight was enchanting the first touch of the Little Finger of one thrilled of All and then i knew and Felt it was gel. What is extraordinary is Altet i have seen them of All Ages and up to a certain Point they seemed to Advance in age As i did and after that to grow somewhat younger. I have seen them in cities and towns in villages country in theatres at concerts in Church and chapels a find some few some very few at balls Pri vate and Public yet at balls i have seen Many that at the first glance an gel look particularly those in. Cebu. Fean Blue As they stood up in the Long can tra dance but their mothers mostly sat behind them arid seemed to Disen chant them by resent lace and could then see right through the ing Art gels to their mothers in perspective. Those wer Shappy Days. Scurry am i to. Say i have not seen Orjen Kcjr some and ashamed for were in worthy they we old a Dame times give a glimpse of their Dev wish Fine girl that i be been Bak ing an impression i conceive intend to go too far and be tit to be of this insufferable state of things when the one who would have been the real True and Good Lover Suiter Hus band and father for Lack of Grace in these minor accomplishments either Dies a Bachelor or in romantic despair of any better Angel marries late in life Mary the maid of the inn let give this one Friendly hint to the dear est let the scholar the gentle Man the Man of sense if he be not irrevocably ugly have a hearing. You will find such your Wor shipper. Vale will not saunter listlessly up to you nor run nor jump nor skip up to you grinning and roaring his loud inanities of thought he will not be voidable in Slang to you for that is the in which he was not been a go against doctors by being temperate go against lawyers and justices by living peaceably Aud keeping out of debt and against the whigs and antics by voting for. Honest Gray. J the coliseum at Rome is sixteen1 Hundred feet in circumference it is said that it will contain one Hundred thousand persons. Vespasian employed in its construction thirty thousand captive jews. It was not finished until the reign of Titus there is sometimes More Trae heroism past ing in a Corner and of occasions that make no itt8trionil on the Moi til you presents of jewelry for which he does not pay because he is a Man of principle he will not deceive you in any Way much less in Flat teries because nature moulded his truth they Are i therefore rather of a shape ability is not Wisdom and of Grace brightest talents in the would
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